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BBC 2 - channel number 102
00:20Burning Desire: The Seduction of Smoking[SUB SL REP]
Series 1. Episode 2/2
Part two of two. Peter Taylor looks at the future of the tobacco industry as it pours vast amounts of money into developing e-cigarettes, which are claimed to be much safer than conventional ones and could save millions of lives. He also examines the traditional methods of advertising and promotion being used in the developing world, where 80 per cent of smokers live, travelling to South America and East Timor to see whether the industry can be trusted when it says it does not try to seduce young people into smokingGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
01:20This is BBC Two[SUB]
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC TwoGeneral Show/Game Show
05:45Homes Under the Hammer[SUB HD REP]
Series 17. Episode 26/80
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts examine a three-bedroom semi-detached house in Derby, a plot of land in Kent and a house in Darlington, all of which have recently been sold at auction. They discover what the new owners paid and what plans they have in store for their new acquisitionsDIY
06:45Call the Council[SUB SL AD REP]
Series 1. Episode 15/15
Officers stage a crackdown on rogue scrap-metal traders, come to the assistance of a resident who calls the council for help with a noisy neighbouring mill, and begin the unenviable task of fitting LED bulbs to the borough's many street lamps. Narrated by Mark Radcliffe. Last in the seriesGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
07:30Escape to the Continent[SUB SL AD REP]
Series 1. Episode 10/20: Spain (Almeria)
Anita Rani goes house-hunting with a buyer from Hertfordshire who is seeking a retreat for himself and paying guests in the southern Spanish province of Almeria. Along the way, Anita gives advice on the practicalities of moving to Spain, and takes to the water at a Roman bathsDIY
08:30Gardeners' World[SUB SL REP]
Monty Don cuts back his delphiniums and adds an exotic touch to his Jewel Garden. Carol Klein is in Kent to meet lavender expert and breeder Simon Charlesworth and Joe Swift visits Roger Saul, founder of the Mulberry fashion company, whose Somerset garden is a design classicGardening
09:00Heir Hunters[SUB HD REP]
Series 7. Episode 19/20: Wall/Sharman
The probate detective team searches for an heir to the estate of a woman who led a glamorous life of international travel and adventure. There is the story of an East End couple who chose to raise their disabled daughter at a time when it was against conventional wisdom, plus details of unclaimed estates still awaiting heirsDocumentary
09:45Homes Under the Hammer[SUB HD REP]
Series 17. Episode 25/80
Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts examine a former public house in Wiltshire, a two-bedroom flat in Kent, and a semi-detached property in Newcastle, before they go to auctionDIY
10:45Don't Get Done, Get Dom[SUB AD HD REP]
Series 7. Episode 5/20: Underground Pipes
Consumer expert Dominic Littlewood helps provide some much-needed answers for a couple who have been unable to determine the cause of their hazardous collapsing driveway, and tries to find out why they are getting little response from the company dealing with the caseAdvertisement/Shopping
11:30Saints and Scroungers[SUB HD REP]
Series 3. Episode 4/20: Baiden/Dowding
Dominic Littlewood hears the case of a 46-year-old woman who lived the high life after cheating Newham Council out of £75,000 in benefits, and the story of a woman's struggle to fulfil her dream of becoming a lawyerDocumentary
12:00Bargain Hunt[SUB AD REP]
Peterborough 13
Two pairs of teams are challenged to search for bargains at an antiques fair in Peterborough, under the expert guidance of Anita Manning and Charles Hanson. Plus, presenter Tim Wonnacott visits a local museum to examine artefacts belonging to the `Peasant Poet', John Clare, including his snuff box and the piece he was working on when he diedGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
13:00Commonwealth Games[SUB HD]
Day Eight
Jason Mohammad presents further live coverage on day eight of the Games, as the men's and women's individual cycling time-trials continue on the streets of Glasgow, with England strongly represented by the likes of Lizzie Armitstead, Emma Pooley, Alex Dowsett and Ian Stannard. Coverage continues on BBC OneSport/General Sports/Cycling
13:45Perfection[SUB HD REP]
Series 3. Episode 49/60
Nick Knowles hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants can win a rolling jackpot that starts at £1,000, but only by achieving perfection. If they fail in their bid, the money is carried over to create a bigger cash prize in the following gameGame Show/Quiz
14:30Escape to the Country[SUB AD REP]
Series 10. Episode 13/80: Essex
Aled Jones helps a couple from Enfield find a detached property in Essex on a budget of £400,000. Their wish-list is long, including rural views, a big kitchen, and a garden with enough space to create a vegetable plotDIY
15:30Wanted Down Under[SUB HD REP]
Series 8. Episode 20/20: Randall Family
The Randall family contemplates emigrating to New Zealand, several years after mum Judy pushed for the move, only to change her mind. She has regretted her decision ever since and hopes to convince husband Chris to revert to their original plan with a trial stay in the capital, Auckland. Son Josh, however, is determined to stay in the UK. Last in the seriesDocumentary
16:15Flog It![SUB HD]
Lissanoure Castle 19
Paul Martin and the team value antiques at Lissanoure Castle, Co Antrim, where Will Axon finds an unusual compact. Meanwhile, Paul explores the myths and legends surrounding the Giant's CausewayAntiques/Collectibles
17:15Pointless[SUB HD REP]
Series 7. Episode 46/70
Quiz show in which pairs of contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions posed to 100 people before the show. At the end of each round, the team with the most points is eliminated until the final two pairs battle for a cash prize. Presented by Alexander Armstrong, with co-host Richard OsmanGame Show/Quiz
18:00Commonwealth Games[SUB HD]
Day Eight
Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage as this evening's athletics session gets under way at Hampden Park in Glasgow, featuring the semi-finals of the men's and women's 200m, with the finals set to take place later tonight. Coverage continues on BBC OneSport/General Sports/Athletics
19:00Pembrokeshire: Coastal Lives[SUB HD]
Series 1. Episode 2/4
Vi Weston celebrates her 92nd birthday at her cafe in Bosherston, Buzz Knapp-Fisher makes his eco-friendly `Loo with a View', while competition gets heated between Milford's pigeon racers as they send their birds off for their first big race of the yearDocumentary
19:30EastEnders[SUB AD HD]
Dean is furious when the stash goes missing - and even angrier when he realises who has taken it. Aunt Babe assures him she will deal with it, and tells Shirley she has an announcement to make to the family over dinner. Is Mick finally going to discover the truth about his parentage or will Babe keep mum? Meanwhile, Carol recovers from her operation, and Lee comes up with a novel way to impress Whitney and help Liam at the same timeSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
20:00Beavers Behaving Badly - Natural World[SUB AD HD]
Series 33. Episode 8/10
The Wyoming Wetlands Society is a non-profit organisation that relocates beavers that have been damaging expensive landscaped areas and flooding yards and roads with their dam-building activities in Teton County. This documentary follows the work of Drew Reed as he traps the problem animals and takes them to drainage areas of the Gros Ventre River, where the beavers help to restore and enhance wetland habitats, providing many direct and indirect benefits to both wildlife and people. Rob Brydon narratesNature/Animals/Environment
21:00The Honourable Woman[SUB AD HD]
Series 1. Episode 5/8: Two Hearts
Atika and Nessa remain in captivity in Gaza, and the event occurs that will bond the two women together for ever and remain their secret. Meanwhile, an academic in Tel Aviv working at a university funded by the Steins uncovers corruption that could have far-reaching consequences and go deeper than it at first seems. Political thriller set against the backdrop of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, written and directed by The Shadow Line creator Hugo Blick and starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Lubna AzabalThriller/General Movie/Drama
22:00Commonwealth Games[SUB HD]
Day Eight
Gary Lineker presents the conclusion of this evening's athletics schedule at Hampden Park, Glasgow, with events including the heats of the women's 100m hurdles, involving Tiffany Porter, who won bronze for Britain at last year's world championship, and Olympic champion Sally PearsonSport/General Sports/Athletics
22:30Newsnight[SUB HD]
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Robert PestonNews Magazine/Current Affairs
23:20The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway[SUB AD HD REP]
Series 1. Episode 3/3: Platforms and Plague Pits
The concluding episode of the documentary about the construction of the Crossrail train line linking east and west London follows the work of engineers building 10 new stations. A team battles to put together the giant jigsaw that will become a cathedral-sized station at Canary Wharf. The structure is so big it has to be erected underwater in a dock, while the roof comes in a kit of more than 2,500 pieces. As the underground caverns that will become the new stations are carved out, workers uncover gruesome reminders of the city's past. Last in the seriesGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics/Documentary